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Dec 18, 2012 7:00pm PST
disrupting japanese research whaling. the u.s. court of appeals in san francisco gave a preliminary injunction on monday. the injunction pribtsz the u.s.-based group from attacking japanese-based whaling ships and their crews. it bans the vessel from sailing in a manner that could endanger safe navigation. it also prohibits sea shepperd from approaching the ships from 500 yards or about 460 feeters in open cease. the rug folds follows an appeal in april. a u.s. federal court rejected their request in march that sea shepherd stop obstructing japanese activities in the antarctic ocean. the new preliminary injunction will remain valid until a court issues an official ruling. the japanese institute said in a statement on tuesday it welcomes the court decision. the sea shepherd organization said it will set sail for the antarctic in a bid to discourage japanese ships from whaling activities. >>> queen elizabeth has done something she hadn't done during her 60 years on the throne. she attended a meeting of the british cabinet. prime minister david cameron extended the invitation. his spok
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